Excerpts from Fran Lewis’s review in Just reviews/MJ magazine
Sometimes your eyes see what they want and there is a veil of darkness covering them as both Scott and Jon hear what they want but often get blindsided by their own fears and the need to not be alone. Ron’s photographic skills are very graphic and the rest of the crew seems centered and ready to perform but there are many scenes in bars, late nights, shifts that interfere with their lives, sleeping and the awkward morning situations that are related.
Jennifer seems bent on her own agenda and each time things go against her she reminds Jon of all that she claims she has done for him but both he and Scott seem bent on total destruction.
“We all need something to live for—a mirror in which to look and see ourselves reflected in a way that matters, to somehow matter, to someone.”
What killed Charlene? What ruled Jennifer’s imagination and what deaden the eyes of anyone who looks in them too long? A story tragic with an ending that just might be a beginning if the person who’s getting a final chance moves away from the past and rides ahead into the future.
Author W. Lance Hunt takes us deep inside the music scene allowing us to see the struggles, the ups, downs, and the hardships many face before any success is found.
The read the full review here— Title: “A Perfect Blindness – A Sensual Novel of Music, Passion, Secrets and Self-Deception”Author: W. Lance Hunt